Finding Chika - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Albom writes from the first-person point of view a story of arriving back at the orphanage in Haiti in 2013. They have running water and plenty of food. Alain Charles, the Haitian orphanage director, meets Albom at the airport. Chika is the first child to greet Albom when they reach the orphanage even though Albom does not know her well.

In “Us,” it is May. Albom has written down seven things that Chika has taught him. Even though he learned hundreds of things from her, he decided to stop at seven because that is how old she was when she died. When Chika sees that Albom has written as his first lesson “I Am Your Protection” (34), Chika asks what that means.

In the section entitled “Lesson One: I Am Your Protection” (35) Albom tells Chika that as the overseer of the orphanage, Albom had to worry...

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